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‘The Territory’: Film Review | Sundance 2022

Chronicling the struggle of Indigenous people in Brazil to protect their ancestral land, Alex Pritz’s debut documentary was made with the production involvement of the Uru-eu-wau-wau community.

Disney+’s ‘Welcome to Earth’: TV Review

Will Smith and Darren Aronofsky follow up NatGeo's 'One Strange Rock' with a series similarly focused on the 'Independence Day' star experiencing Earth's beauty and oddness.

Steven Soderbergh, Eddie Alcazar Reteam for ‘Divinity’ Thriller (Exclusive)

Mentor and collaborator Steven Soderbergh and director Eddie Alcazar are reteaming for Divinity, a thriller set to star Stephen Dorff, Moises Arias, Jason Genao, Karrueche Tran and Mike O’Hearn. Soderbergh, who will produce Divinity, earlier partnered up for Alcazar’s hyperstylized sci-fi feature debut Perfect, which stars Abbie Cornish, Garrett Wareing and Courtney Eaton, and debuted […]

Jared Leto, Darren Aronofsky Re-Team for Horror ‘Adrift’ at Blumhouse

It's an adaptation of a short story by Koji Suzuki, the writer behind 'The Ring.'

Writer Roundtable: Jordan Peele, Aaron Sorkin and More Explain Why the Job Feels Like “Exorcising a Demon”

Scribes behind six of the season's most unusual scripts — including Darren Aronofsky, Anthony McCarten, Emily V. Gordon and Fatih Akin — reveal the struggles and satisfactions of bringing their words to the screen ("Rule number one: Don't bore an audience") and say nothing is off limits (even porn).

‘Awards Chatter’ Podcast — Jennifer Lawrence (‘Mother!’)

One of the biggest stars in Hollywood opens up about the evolution of her career and feelings about celebrity, the phone hack that left her feeling "gang-banged by the f—ing planet" and her work with Darren Aronofsky on the most grueling and controversial movie of her career ("I kind of made it and broke it").

Producer Roundtable: Matt Damon, Frank Marshall and 4 More on Firing Themselves, Keeping Scorsese on Schedule and Their Worst Jobs

Along with Damon ('Manchester by the Sea') and Marshall ('Sully'), Darren Aronofsky ('Jackie'), Todd Black ('Fences'), Emma Tillinger Koskoff ('Silence') and Marc Platt ('La La Land') on Harrison Ford's role in 'Sully,' on-the-fly decisions that turned out to be spectacular and the challenges of their job: "I had typhoons, I had starving actors."